Brassicaceae


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One clue came from the observation that Arabidopsis plants--which belong to the Brassicaceae (mustard or cabbage) family--mature and open their seed pods faster when grown at elevated temperatures, according to the study.
Most species of the Brassicaceae family are densely distributed in the mild and especially chilly districts of Northern Hemisphere.
All the identified weeds of Brassicaceae family are herbaceous, leaves simple, alternate and often lobed, with pinnate venation.
In similar way, many studies revealed that soil incorporation of plant materials of members of family Brassicaceae managed many soil-borne phytopathogens including Alternaria alternata, Aphanomyces euteiches and Verticillium dahliae (Muehlchen et al.
The composition of secondary and minor pollen was similar for both harvests, with Brassicaceae, Baccharis sp and Senecio sp as the most important taxa, due to their wide distribution and their broad and abundant flowering periods.
La produccion de metabolitos secundarios en la familia Brassicaceae.
Quant aux Brassicaceae, elles jouent un role tres important dans la flore saharienne, particulierement dans les regions septentrionales.
18 Passifloraceae Passiflora tarminiana 19 Brassicaceae Capsella bursa-pastoris 20 Rosaceae Lachemilla hispidula 21 Asteraceae Baccharis tricuneata 22 Asteraceae Achyrocline satureioides 23 Bromeliaceae Puya sp.
Among plants, Brassicaceae have been reported for remarkable antimicrobial potential [11, 12].
Brassicaceae Tipo Brassica 0,7 4,3 Cactaceae Opuntia spp.
From our observations, it can be reported that the highest densities of weed (1253) found in Brassicaceae family, followed by amaranthaceae, asteraceae and poaceae family with a weed number of 1120, 973 and 568 respectively.
Brassicaceae family - broccoli (Brassica oleracea L.
Erucic acid is a monounsaturated omega-9 fatty acid, which is present in the oil-rich seeds of the Brassicaceae family of plants, particularly rapeseed and mustard.
Masuda Seed, which has extensive experience in the development and production of seedlings in the Brassicaceae family, especially cabbage and kale, spent 10 years developing the delicious Samba Carnival variety of kale (variety registration #17704), which SAC iWATA is cultivating and will start selling as kale that can be eaten fresh, without cooking.